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    Robertson's Beverages

    Thanks, everyone. I'll check closer for a possible date code.
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    Robertson's Beverages

    I was given this bottle by a friend and would like to know a bit more about it. I have searched the forum and haven't found very much on the older embossed ones. The only markings on the bottle are "Robertson's Beverages" around the top band; "Beaufont Bottling Works Washington NC" around the...
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    Preserves jar??

    Many thanks.
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    Preserves jar??

    Many thanks.
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    Preserves jar??

    My wife picked up two of these jugs and I don't know for sure exactly what they were designed to hold. On a pottery forum, someone said that they are preserve jugs used before the onset of glass canning jars and a wax seal was used to hold a tin top in place as the first picture indicates. This...
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    Jockey Soda Bottle

    Found this in a bunch of old bottles and really can't find any real information about it online or here on the site although I have found examples of "Jockey Club" bottles. It is a 10z. bottle with the word "Jockey" of the front & back. On the bottom, there is Miami / Fla / 10 oz. / A 50 / and a...
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    Victor Bottling Works

    Thanks. It is really in pristine condition.
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    Victor Bottling Works

    I would like to know more about this bottle. I've searched online, as well as here on the forums, but can not seem to locate very much information on the company or approximate age of it. On the front the embossing reads: Registered and below that: Victor Bottling Works / Chicopee Falls Mass...
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    Jaynes Tonic Bottle

    Thanks. It sure looks old, especially the label. From what you found out it is more than likely a reproduction. Thanks again.
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    E.P. Shaw & Co. + J. Bpurne & Son Stoneware Bottles

    Thanks. I did discover that the bottom one is actually an ink bottle.
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    Grape Cluster Bottle

    Thanks. Will do.
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    Jaynes Tonic Bottle

    After searching online the only examples of this bottle that I could find were pale yellow in color. I couldn't seem to locate any detailed information regarding the contents of the tonic itself. I'm really unsure if this is pre-1900 or later bottle so please forgive me if it it is post 1900...
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    E.P. Shaw & Co. + J. Bpurne & Son Stoneware Bottles

    Here are a couple recent low cost auction wins. I am unsure if they are pree-1900 or later. I know that the J.P. Shaw & Son bottle is an English Ginger Beer bottle but have been unable to find any reference as to its age. Also, I'm not sure as to what originally was in the J. Bourne bottle or if...
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    Mexican Mustang Liniment Bottle

    Not really. A couple nice early round bottom Chianti bottles, one early Kaukauna cheese crock, and a Tankar Savings System clear glass bank w/lid. There were also 2 large, 1 medium, and 2 small brown stoneware cheese crocks too. Also thanks to bottlecrazy & saratogadriver for your replies.

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